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Oil Filter Adapter O rings

Please bear with me I am new at posting to forums, I changed my rear seal and oil pan gasket now I need to change the Oil Filter Adapter o ring trio (trifecta as I heard it called affectionately) however I find a lot of information on Cherokee's but this is a 1999 Wrangler TJ with a 4.0. Does anyone have any tips or pictures showing tool used? The reason I ask is I hear pipe wrenches and12mm wrenches and Torx60. I dont want to strip anything in the process. Any help would be appreciated.

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